'Sleepy Hollow': First 7 Minutes of Return Episode Debuts (Video)
Fox's freshman drama returns after a short hiatus on Nov. 4.
Get ready for the return of Sleepy Hollow.
The return episode, "The Sin Eater," marks the first appearance of Fringe favorite John Noble as the mysterious Henry Parrish, who Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) encounters.
But before they meet, Sleepy Hollow opens with Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) and Ichabod attending a baseball game, with Abbie showing a more … aggressive side on her day off. Of course, Ichabod doesn't quite get how shouting at players actually soothes her. "I consider myself a sporting man, but why must you insult that gentleman for inciting a rue infraction? I fail to see the point!"
After an explanation about teamwork, among other things, Ichabod gets in on the screaming action. "Next time, wait for the ump to make a call."
After they part, Ichabod visits Katrina's grave, but seconds later, he's shot in the neck by someone wearing a gray suit. Could this be Henry Parrish?
Meanwhile, Abbie -- while driving on deserted road -- experiences a mind meld, with a near-encounter with a Headless Horseman, which is later followed by an interaction with Katrina, who warns her that the Horseman will be coming. And that, oh yeah, Ichabod has been abducted. Watch the scene below.
Sleepy Hollow returns Nov. 4 at 8 p.m. on Fox.
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